Description:

The historic house museum built in 1734 by Judge William Hancock and was the scene of the Revolutionary War's British Massacre on March 21, 1778. The house displays collections of 18th and 19th century regional furnishings and artifacts.

Location:
One Main Street

Hancock's Bridge, NJ

08070
Seasonal:
Open May-September
Hours:
Wed.-Sun. 10am-4pm
Admission:
Free
Phone Number:
(856) 935-4373
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